Location: Verwaltungsscheune | Bürgersaal
In this workshop, Daniel Barke (VOXID) presents short loops and chunky beats which can then be used as a base for group improvisation. It's the perfect combination of sound, phrasing, rhythm, improvisation and choral polyphony! A workshop for free singing and having fun!
Teacher: Daniel Barke
Daniel Barke studied jazz and pop music with a focus on saxophone and jazz voice at the HMT Leipzig “Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy”, and is by now conducting its jazz choir. His artistic focus is largely on his band VOXID (formerly Tonalrausch), where his duties include bass, beatbox, producing and arranging, but he has also worked as an instructor and coach all over Europe. His latest production, the VOXID album “Shades of Light”, received several CARA nominations, the music video for the lead single “Music Ain’t My Thing” even took two CARAs home for Barke and VOXID. Barke has received numerous international awards as part of the groups VOXID, MundArt and Juicebox.